Green Growler Updates: Goose Island Bourbon County arrives FRI, limited bottles & on tap; New cans from Pipeworks, SingleCut, & KCBC, fresh supply of IA Wrench & Metric

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Black Friday for us means imbibing very special, rich, dark beers.  These bourbon barrel-aged brews come around but once a year, and are totally worth the wait! Arriving FRIDAY!

Goose Island Bourbon County Brand Stout

“A liquid as dark and dense as a black hole with thick foam the color of a bourbon barrel. The nose is an intense mix of charred oak, chocolate, vanilla, caramel and smoke. One sip has more flavor than your average case of beer.”

FRIDAY!  We will have Bourbon County Brand Stout on tap & in bottles, and an extremely limited supply of their coffee variant in bottles.

Founders Backwoods Bastard

“Expect lovely, warm smells of single malt scotch, oaky bourbon barrels, smoke, sweet caramel and roasted malts, a bit of earthy spice and a scintilla of dark fruit. It’s a kick-back sipper made to excite the palate.”

Available on tap & in bottles

A cornucopia of cans!

Arriving this week: new cans from KCBC, Singlecut and Pipeworks, plus fresh supplies of Industrial Arts Wrench and Metric pils.  Stop by and stock up for the holiday!  Check out what’s ON TAP

Looking for something special for your Thanksgiving table?  Check out Gueuze Tilquin à l’ancienne, a barrel-aged, spontaneously-fermented lambic beer from Belgium. We don’t normally carry imports, but special occasions call for special beers, and this is a special beer, hailed as “outstanding”, “exceptional” and “a masterpiece.” This is a beer to impress the guests!

Thanksgiving Hours:

We will be open, limited hours:

11 am – 4 pm

Please plan ahead!

Upcoming Events:

Green Rainbow Revolution
Pop-Up Shop
Monday – Wednesday
27 – 29 November

Long-time friend of the Growler and local businesswoman, Leila Goldmark, will be setting up shop upstairs here at the Growler. She offers beautiful, ethically-produced, environmentally conscious products that make perfect gifts!

Sonic Thursday
Thursday, 30 November, 8 pm

Sonic Thursday has been reconfigured. Smaller groups. Big ideas.

Adam Fisher is working with Eric Puente on some odd-metered standards which they’ll be playing as a trio (piano, drums, sax).

Mark Minkler Trio
Saturday, 2 December,
8 pm

Progenitor of Jazz at The Green Growler, bassist Mark Minkler is joined by Bill Bickford on guitar and Tim Horner on drums

Open Mic hosted by Mario Giacalone
Thursday, 7 December, 7:30 pm

Come on out to sing your song, play your instrument, and/or support your musician friends, plus, as always, enjoy The Green Growler’s great craft beer.  Sign up begins at 7 PM

Big Draw
Saturday, 9 December,
8 pm

Big Draw is Nick Reeb, Brad Einhorn and Alex Harvey, bringing their unique brand of Bluegrass, Old-time and Americana to the Growler.  Fans of banjos, mandolins, guitars, fiddles and brother-style harmonies should stop by and give them a listen.

Acoustic Jam & Song Exchange
Thursday, 14 December, 7:30 pm

Lead a song or just play along in a relaxed & supportive atmosphere.  Swing tunes, ballads, folk, blues, early rock and classic country songs will be featured.

Ike Sturm Trio
Saturday, 16 December, 8 pm

Ike Sturm, bassist, composer, bandleader and Music Director for the Jazz Ministry at St. Peter’s Church in Manhattan, will be joined by Ben Monder on guitar and  Mark Ferber on drums.

Singer/Songwriter Night hosted by
Frank Migliorelli
Thurs, 21 December, 8

Frank carefully selects two local singer/songwriters to play a set of their music each.

Hours:

Open:

Monday – Thursday: 2 pm
Friday – Sunday:     11 am

Close:

Sunday – Wednesday: 10:30 pm
Thursday – Saturday:   midnight

Happy Hour!

Monday – Friday, 4 – 6 pm
Our Location & Parking:
We’ve moved to 4 Croton Point Ave. – just a couple of blocks from our old location. Our new space is bigger and brighter and right next to the Croton Harmon Train Station where Metro-North and Amtrak trains meet the lower Hudson Valley. Just off the exit from NY Rtes 9 and 9A, and along the CrOssining bike path, we’re a stone’s throw from Croton Point Park and right by Van Cortlandt Manor.

PARKING is in rear & if you have a Croton Village parking permit, we’ll be grateful if you use the Croton lot. If our lot is full and you don’t have a permit, there is a large hourly metered parking lot right behind our own that serves the train station. You can pay in the metered lot for $1 per hour with an the Parkmobile App, download it ahead of time at www.parkmobile.com and use Zone 424

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